WINTER YELLOWTAIL FISHING IS GOOD
OUT OF BAHIA DE LOS ANGELES' CAMP GECKO
Jan. 26, 2006, Abraham Vazquez, Camp Gecko, Bahia de los Angeles (L.A. Bay), Baja California, Mexico:
Fishing is good at L.A. Bay. The yellowtails are nice size 15-25 pounds, but they are all the way up at Punta los Machos at Isla Angel de la Guarda, so it is a long run and the weather has to be perfect for that. Otherwise stay local and catch bottom fish. Bait is scarce, and almost all the fish at Bahia de los Angeles are hitting the iron jigs .
The weather has been cold, in the mid 60’s during the day and low 50’s at night. A couple of nights it hit the upper 40’s.
The fishing water temperature is 60 degrees, and the winds have been very strong from the north, with not many fishable days in a week.
The paved road to Punta la Gringa is all the way to the military base now.
I have not been able to answer many reservation requests lately because we are going to make changes at the camp. I need to rebuild and improve most of the cabins and they will be available for lease by the month at a very reasonable price. For the moment at Camp Gecko, only Cabin 15 can be rented by the month.